CTVA US Music Variety - "The Arthur Murray Party" (ABC/DuMont/CBS/NBC) (1950-60)

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The Arthur Murray Party (1950-60)
 aka "Arthur Murray's Dance Party" aka "The Arthur Murray Show"
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox, Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

The Arthur Murray Party (season 1) (ABC/DuMont/ABC) (1950-51)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 2) (ABC/CBS) (1951-52)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 3) (DuMont/CBS) (1952-53)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 4) (NBC) (1953-54)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 5) (NBC) (1955)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 6) (CBS) (1956)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 7) (NBC) (1957)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 8) (NBC) (1958-59)
The Arthur Murray Party (season 9) (NBC) (1959-60)

ABC/ DuMont / CBS / NBC
Producers: Arthur Murray, Howard Barnes, West Hooker

US Music Variety Dance series 1950-60 over 300 episodes half-hour & hour shows
Hosted by
Arthur Murray
Kathryn Murray

Music:
The Ray Carter Orchestra, Emile Coleman, Stanley Melba.
Announcer: Ted Brown

Premise/Background:
Ballroom dancing was the subject of the show which was co-hosted by Kathryn Murray, wife of Arthur Murray,
founder of the dancing schools which bear his name. Most shows featured songs, comedy sketches, and dance contests.

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